Wireless PC Control Solution Through the Android Interface Now Available on the Play Store (Video)

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  • 16 Apr 2013
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  • Though the concept is not new, the number of options available for turning one Android smartphone or tablet into a PC controller is something that has been highly requested. Still in this regard good options have been long expected, though one has finally arrived and it looks more than promising.


    Monect is the naming that has been given to the solution of interacting with your PC through the Android tablet or smartphone. The app is now available for Android 2.2 an up and it works with Bluetooth and WiFi type connections. What it offers is a customization interface that can be used in order to turn the Android device into a touch-enabled controller for games. It can also be used to control the browser interface, media player and much more.

    With the interface carefully built for multiple purposes, the app supports a range of modes depending on the type of control that is required. It can simulate touch pad on your phone with many gestures, a gamepad or joystick, typewriter keyboard, function keyboard, numeric keyboards and a lot more. It also uses the built-in gyro sensor built-in many of today’s mobile devices in order to further enhance the input experience.

    Monect is available as of right now for free on the Play Store.

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